March 8-14, 2013
Pacific University in the News
Portland Beavers announcer gets his voice back
(KGW Newschannel 8 © 03/14/2013) - Alumnus and former Baseball student-athlete Rich Burk '88 named radio play-by-play announcer for Hillsboro Hops franchise.
Woodburn hosts science, technology, engineering and math festival
(Salem Statesman Journal © 03/14/2013) - College of Education co-sponsoring Woodburn STEM festival.
Local students named to Dean’s List at Pacific University
(Tillamook Headlight Herald © 03/14/2013) - Jennifer McDaniel and Lauren Seeger.
Malychewski embraces wrestling
(Camas-Washougal Post-Record [Wash.] © 03/13/2013) - Boxer and Men's Wrestling student-athlete Caleb Malychewski.
Transgender talk set at Pacific
(Forest Grove News-Times © 03/13/2013) - Advance preview of Center for Gender Equity event featuring Julia Serano.
Denying residents in-state tuition doesn't make sense
(Forest Grove News-Times © 03/13/2013) - Student Jessica Cline opines in support of Oregon House Bill 2787.
The mundane gets Wilder treatment
(Forest Grove News-Times © 03/13/2013) - Advance preview of Theatre Department's spring production "Our Town."
(Portland Tribune © 03/13/2013) - Weekly schedule includes Pacific Baseball.
A trucks tale: Chaucer as artist
(Forest Grove News-Times © 03/13/2013) - Cawein Gallery exhibit featuring works by Deborah Bouchette.
Restaurants Closing | Hao Street Pau (For Now) | O'Reilley Factor | State Deep Pockets
(Hawaii Reporter [Honolulu] © 03/13/2013) - University students from Hawai'i to help underserved populations in San Francisco during spring break.
Community News – March 13
(Homer Tribune [Alaska] © 03/13/2013) - MFA in Writing faculty member Debra Gwartney to administer workshop.
Young Women Honored for Seeking Careers in Science Technology Engineering and Math
(OregonLive.com © 03/13/2013) - Center for Gender Equity and American Association of University Women Hillsboro/Forest Grove honor local STEM education scholars.
Transgender youth at higher risk of suicide, bullying than LGB peers
(The Voice of Russia © 03/12/2013) - Professional Psychology assistant professor Laura Edwards-Leeper provides analysis.
Local college seeks to become carbon neutral
(Community Newspapers Sustainable Life © 03/12/2013) - Feature story on university's climate commitment.
Seaside grad wins title
(Chinook Observer [Long Beach, Wash.] © 03/12/2013) - Boxer and Handball Team member Gavin Brown helps squad capture national championship.
Rich Burk named radio broadcaster of Hillsboro Hops baseball
(The Oregonian/Hillsboro Argus © 03/12/2013) - Alumnus and former Baseball student-athlete Rich Burk '88 named radio play-by-play announcer for Hillsboro Hops franchise.
Hillsboro's youth leaders soak up knowledge and history on city-funded Washington, D.C. trip
(Hillsboro Argus/Oregonian online © 03/12/2013) - Hillsboro Youth Advisory Council leader Emily Van Vleet considering Pacific.
Pacific University students to play key role in Beaverton Community Health Collaborative
(OregonLive.com/The Oregonian © 03/12/2013)
Track notebook: No track, no stadium, no problem; Portland State will host the Big Sky Championships
(The Oregonian © 03/12/2013) - Lincoln Park Stadium lauded as best venue for PSU to host Big Sky Conference Track & Field Championships.
Willamette Dental Group Promotes Kristen Simmons as Chief Operating Officer
(Reuters © 03/12/2013) - Masters of Healthcare Administration alumna Kristen Simmons.
Domestic Intel: U.S. women hit Latin America; Bahati forms new team
(Velo News © 03/12/2013) - USA Cycling to once again host talent camp at the university's Forest Grove Campus.
At Our Best (March 11)
(Corvallis Gazette-Times © 03/11/2013) - Dean's List honorees Kelcy Gillen and Jennifer Koch.
Battle Ground senior is All-Region girls wrestler
(Vancouver Columbian © 03/10/2013) - Standout athlete considering Pacific for its Women's Wrestling and Sports Medicine programs.
Political Chat: Filibuster Fun On The Senate Floor
(Oregon Public Broadcasting © 03/08/2013) - Politics & Government instructor and Tom McCall Center for Policy Innovation director Jim Moore provides analysis.
The Merry Wives of Windsor; Poetry Out Loud: Washington County Weekend
(Oregonian online © 03/08/2013) - Advance promotion of Performing Arts Series' Dala concert.
Prep Notebook: Bajema headed to Pacific University for football - Goskagit.com: All Access
(Skagit Valley Herald [Mt. Vernon, Wash.] © 03/08/2013) - Future Boxer and Football student-athlete Jeff Bajema looks forward to contributing to the program's progress.
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